The Porsche Active Suspension Management is offered on both the Boxster and the Boxster S and it provides a drop in 10 mm off the ride height. Porsche has designed the Boxster twins to be phenomenal on the track as well as be practical enough for everyday use.
As a result, you have a vehicle that you can use as a daily commute to the office or the supermarket and take to the track on a Sunday. The vehicle performs with equal élan on both conditions.
The engineers managed to get the overall weight of the vehicle down to 1315 kg, which played a major role in improving the overall performance of the vehicle. You don’t even need to be in the driver’s seat to feel the immediate power boost that these vehicles possess.
Porsche is currently holed up in the official launch dates of the vehicle. While many believe that the vehicles will be showcased in America by February, a UK release could be further down the line.
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